Pork eaters are aging, Ontario Pork chairman warns

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Long term strategy needed to sell at least 90,000 hogs a week, pork producers told

Photo: Curtiss Littlejohn


Our Pork Produceers are faced with the following issues:
- what is perceived as a Fat product
- anti "factory farm" production methods
- rise in demand for organic product
- rise in demand for antibiotic free product
- rise in demand for "heritage breed" based product
- allowing producer flexability in marketing to new consumer demands
- more specific/targeted marketing to wider demographics with product development to meet new consumers
- agency service to The Producer and to The Consumer

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